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than a week publicly after the killing. >> it'important to know that there's an fbi investigation that has begun, and will take some time to be completed. that will tell us with certainty what transpired, but our current best assessment, based on the information that we have at present, is that in fact, what this began as was a spontaneous, not a premeditated, response to what had transpired in cairo. >> now, there are many possible explanations for why the administration took so long to budge from that line. everything from an excess of caution to the fog of war to incompetence or domestic politics. we don't have the answer nailed down on that. what we do have, though, is a collection of inconsistencies between the administration line and our own understanding of the facts. recall our exclusive reporting last night based on several sources that not one single fbi investigator has yet to even set ot at the crime scene in benghazi. that remains true tonight. yet when asked to comment, an american official told us that fbi investigators on the ground are not experiencing any roadblo
will now be analyzed. now the fbi is pretty skeptical about this information. and so, frankly, is the police chief here. he says, hey, we have to check this out. >> i don't think t's mr. hoffa. it would be great if it was. i would love to bring closure to his family and the hundreds of thousands of teamsters that idolize this man. just for southeastern michigan. this is like an open wound that won't go away. >> there's been a lot of earth moved looking for the remains of jimmy hoffa. all negative so far. >> reporter: two samples were removed from the ground. police say they looked murky because of all the groundwater. those samples are now going to a lab at michigan state university. and they expect to know some time monday whether there are human remains buried beneath the driveway. if there are, then there will be a larger excavation. they've had tips before that have not panned out. now the question, is will police crack the case, or will it remain an unsolved mystery? susan candiotti, cnn, roseville, michigan. >> thank you. >>> we talked with a retired fbi agent a while ag
's update on the investigation. >> reporter: one day after fbi agents made their first inspection of the benghazi consulate and annex where u.s. ambassador chris stevens and three other americans were murdered, a turkish broadcaster announced the arrest of two tunisians and called them suspect in the case. u.s. officials swiftly contacted them and they had no report on the action, they had an explanation why the fbi took so long to visit the so-called crime scene. >> we were working with the government of libya to obtain permission for the fbi team and the dod support team to travel there. we did seek over flight for them permission as well as for landing of aircraft and we worked to get them the appropriate visas, so we've been working through all of these perm metations. >> that the perpetrators may have different nationalities or fled to far-flung countries exposes the myriad difficulties the fbi faces in hunting down the killers. >> and the intelligence operation and the way in which globalization helps because we can check passports more quickly, we can figure out which may b
to the september 11th attack, we can send f.b.i. agents to florida to check out the flight schools. it was in the united states and we are talking about a place where it is not safe to send an f.b.i. agent. why the f.b.i.? because they do the best forensics. they are best at figuring this stuff out. it is our intelligence and others that put more fact on top of that letting us get to the bottom of this. this is benghazi. you do not just go wandering in with 15 or 20 f.b.i. agent. >>neil: something collapsed but we will find out. you are right, joe. very go to see you. >> i think i know why this guy had to draw pictures for the united nations. a lot them are pretty stupid at the united nations. they can tax your patience especially when they tax your wallet. are you ready ? share everything by turning your smartphone into a mobile hotspot for up to 8 wifi-enabled devices at no extra charge. like the new droid razr m by motorola only $99.99. i've got a nice long life ahead. big plans. so when i found out medicare doesn't pay all my medical expenses, i got a medicare supplement insura
know, jarks, have you followed this -- everybody is waiting for the fbi to go to benghazi to find the people that killed our ambassador. but the fbi will not go to benghazi. they are in tripoli at our embassy there which has good security. they will not go to benghazi because the security is so awful. even now, 12, 14 days after the attack. so you have got to know that these al qaeda terrorist crazies, they knew that, and they were gunning for our ambassador and the white house was informed of it right away and they are covering that up, jack jacobs. >> it is absolutely true. now it's known the fbi is not only in benghazi, they are not going either. indeed it is even worse than that. there is a large number of witnesses whom they could interview in benghazi who will not go to tripoli to get interviewed by the fbi. they are very much concerned about their names being released, their families being in trouble. if they testify. they are not going anywhere. the fbi is not going to give any information from people who were on the ground and know what happened in benghazi. >> jennifer r
. >> mcafee says it is successful because the ransom note looks like an official notice from the fbi accusing you of a crime. >> they try to scare you. you have inappropriate content, stolen content and child pornography. even if they haven't done it, it scares people. to think that fbi found child pornography on your computer scares people. >> and that's why they pay up. >> that's why they pay. >> reporter: don't pay he says. ransom ware hacks have grown so quickly the fbi posted a warning on the internet crimes website. >> it is tedious and you estimate you lost business as a result. >> yes. i have been up late trying to solve the problem. >> reporter: with 4,000 products in his store. >> snow skis, wake boards. >> steve is now moving his shop information to cloud computing to prevent another attack. he says no customer or financial data was breached but the ransom ware cost him time and money. >> our sales are down significantly by the day. >> how do you avoid it. start with site adviser. it is a free download that takes a few seconds and once you have the program anytime you visi
attacks. depot is where the sniper shot and killed an fbi analyst. malvo talked at length about the killing spree with "the washington post." they said they found him different, reflective and sounding remorseful. readd away in a virginia's and in state prison, and at 27- year-old lee boyd malvo talked "the washington post" in an interview. he says he has come to a revelation. i was a monster. if you look a definition, that's what a monster was. was a thief. i stole people's life. 2002, mellowl of malvo killed and injured people. malvo, a juvenile at the time, to six life terms without parole. he says he was remorseful, but a apology seems inadequate. i'm sorry. it sounds -- there is no way to express that. what my going to tell them? i think what he is saying makes sense. this man was one of the first sniper targets. malvo robbed and shot him five times as he sat in his car the night of september 5, 2002. just left his restaurant. i believe he is a different was 10today than he ago. that being said, i do not think should be let out of jail. he is responsible for it. the snipers
. but they have to try to check this out. there's a heavy dose of skepticism among a lot of retired fbi agents who directly worked on this case saying why in the world wod the mob have buried someone in the middle of this nice neighborhood, why would they have done that? they believe that whoever got rid of hoffa incinerated his body, literally, years and years ago. but there is a quick mob connection here. a bookie for detroit mobster john giacalone did used to live in this house years ago so maybe they'll follow through with this lead. 2006, i was 40 miles away from here when the fbi followed up another what they called credible lead and dug up a horse farm. ultimately, finding nothing. perhaps things will be different this time, soledad. >> perhaps they will. or perhaps not. susan candiotti for us this morning. let's go right to dan moldea, the author of "the hoffa wars." he's been following the story since jimmy hoffa disappeared. he talked with this new tipster recently. susan candiotti just was showing us pictures of a horse farm being dug up. same reason. how legitimate do you think this ti
's the latest in washington. >> the fbi has yet to enter benghazi because of the dangerous security climate there. senator corker who sits on the foreign relations committee wants to know why, and he fired off a letter to intel chief james clapper, calling the situation bizarre and demanding answers and says in part, 18 days ago, the administration judged it was appropriate for our consulate to be lightly guarded. and what has changed in libya in such a short time. is that even fbi agents and our personnel entered the city. and the u.n. ambassador susan rice who has said a few days after the attack, that it appeared to be a spontaneous uprising and the long video. >> and we have reports now that intelligence people knew within 24 hours that this was a terrorist attack and yet, they sent her out, to say things that were absolutely false and continued to do so. and then, as mccain says the violence in lib rah clicks, with the story and al-qaeda diminished. >> for its part. the administration claims the situation in benghazi was so complex, they didn't know for sure that it was a terrorist att
to identify only an director tim healy, a veteran f.b.i. agent who overseas the f. throrist watch list of 520,000 names. >> that could be a facilitator, >> tould be a bomber, it could be a bomb maker, it could be anything. it's anybody connected to terrorism. or reporter: this clearing house of terrorist information is used everyday by t.s.a. officers, ,order agents and state, local, anfederalaw enforcement. >> if you're speeding, you get pulled over, they're query that 'ree. and if they're encountering a known or suspected terrorist it will pop up and say "call the terrorist screening center." >> reporter: how often do these encounters happen? dowe're averaging about 55 encounters with known or veragited terrorists every single day. ry reporter: in most cases, the encounters do not produce arrest but provide additional intelligence. >> location of where the guy is going, what he's doing, inte additional associates that the subject is hanging around. >> reporter: names are frequently added and subtracted, always in secret. healy also overseas the even more critical no-fly list. here are 20,00
everything we have been told, the f.b.i. tonight still has not stepped foot inside benghazi, the site of the attack and may never get there. we will stay on this story. join us next week for "special report." we'll begin in colorado, swing county and it's a swing state. hosting the first presidential debate. site of the debate tuesday and wednesday. thank you for inviting us in our home tonight. that's it for this "special report." fair, balanced, and i promise, unafraid. i was born with scolio. without shriners hospitals, my life would be completely different. they gave me my future back. send your love to the rescue. donate to shriners hospitals, today. and those well grounded. for what's around this corner... and the next. there's cash flow options from pnc. solutions to help businesses like yours accelerate receivables, manage payments, and help ensure access to credit. because we know how important cash flow is to reaching your goals. pnc bank. for the achiever in you. ♪ [ male announcer ] every car we build must make adrenaline pump and pulses quicken. ♪ to help you not just
. call the number on your screen. [♪...] ashley: the fbi is trying to determine who shot two border patrol agents killing 30-year-old agent and wounding another. the shooting took place in arizona, a drug trafficking core door 5 miles northeast of the border with mexico. the agents on routine patrol of horseback coming under fire, third agent was not hurt. the last agent fatally shot on duty was murdered back in 2010 with a gun link to operation fast and furious. just last month it was renamed in his honor. public-sector unions lining their pockets with taxpayer money the private sector struggles. taxpayers even picking up the tab for the time government employees spend working on union related manners resulting in $1 billion every year. joining me now, author of "the new york times" bestseller "shadow bosses." i guess the title says it all. what we're talking about is what they call officially time, this is time spent by government workers, government union workers working on union issues and not actually doing their worjob. >> 70% of the time they spend on general labor management
continue to follow breaking news on news 4 midday. the fbi is investigating an early morning shooting that killed a border patrol agent and injured another in arizona. it happened near the u.s./mexico border. the wounded agent was air lifted to the hospital and is expected to survive. >>> president obama and mitt romney are preparing for their first debate. the president is in nevada. his rival in denver, where tomorrow's debate will take place. runni innin inning mates come p battleground states. paul ryan wrapped up an event in clinton, iowa. s american airlines customers are dealing with unhappy pilots. seats broke mid flight. >> the passenger seats came loose out of the floor. >> eight planes grounded after three incidents where an entire row of sts came loose. twice, it happened on the same plane. the airline says it could be a defect in a certain model of seats. passengers say this issue on top of decreasing on-time arrivals is unacceptable. >> if they don't fly, i don't have a status on another airline. it's an issue for me. >> shakes my confidences that i'm going get to my des
to the fbi guys who covered the case and never spoke to anybody before. they spoke to me. all of it is new and your head will snap back and we talk about marilyn monroe and francs and afro and all these people swirling around the kennedy presidency. stuart: we respect you as an author. we respect the fact that a lot of the money from these books goes to charity. >> we set up a charity named after my mother and father. my maternal grandmother was kennedy. winifred kennedy. that is on my mother's side. i set up a foundation and we do as much as we can. we have this crazy debate saturday night with john stuart. [talking over each other] >> at george washington university. five minute but you see it on the net for $5 so even new will pony up the five. what it is is half the money we get goes to charity from the rumble and it is saturday night and day:00 and the rumble 2012.com is where you get it and give you can't you can watch when you want. stuart: you are a good man. >> don't ruin my image. stuart: no matter what they say. i appreciate it. don't miss tomorrow night fox business special cov
of f.b.i. experts? >> yeah. at a time when most americans would want to rally, instead, we've had this bizarre response, which only leads me to believe either number one, there was gross negligence or imcompetence involved. or this administration doesn't want all of us to realize that libya may now be a failed state if the f.b.i. agents who are well trained can't even make it into benghazi. when you look at that narrative, with the backdrop of in afghanistan we have afghans that we are partnering with killing americans. we have now iranians flying in iraqi air space over iraq to syria to deliver arms. you have a situation where iran now believes we're a nation in decline and therefore, they're going ahead with uranium enrichment. you look at russia who apparently is waiting until after this election to start talking about watering down our missile defense. this administration has weakened our nation tremendously through the huge debts we've run up over the last three or four years. and the fact is, i don't know whether it's that narrative they're trying to stay away from or there
, and then the administration essentially wants to stop talking about it. but the fbi isn't there, the people who have committed this attack have not been held accountable. so you hear a lot of mirrors, a lot of rhetoric, some ceremonies and very little follow-up. and veterans and military members have seen this from this administration whether it's military voting, money that didn't actually help them vote, whether it's the va backlog that's doubled since 2008, whether it's our debt that's gone up by six trillion, there's a lot of talk and not a lot of solutions. alisyn: pete, thanks. >>> we have an update on the lawsuit involving cheerleaders told to remove banners from the field because they included messages from the bible. now there's a ruling in this case. we'll tell you if they have reason to cheer. >>> and we're getting a look at what it's like to be inside a jumbo jet as it crashes. we'll show you the video and tell you the story behind this crash next. [ male announcer ] citibank's app for ipad makes it easy for anne to manage her finances when she's on the go. even when she's not going anywhere. citi
flexpen.com. >> fbi agents, u.s. special forces as well, are in libya today. it's been more than three weeks since four americans were killed in a rocket attack on the u.s. consulate in bengauze where i. one of those killed, of course, the u.s. ambassador to libya, chris stevens. the fbi says inadequate security prevented them from starting their investigation in benghazi before now. [ chanting ] >> angry, frustrated people feeling powerless to stop the civil war in syria. this is hama. this is where opposition groups say more shells landed today. >> after 19 months in fighting in syria they estimate that 19,000 people have been killed. opposition groups put that number much, much higher. more than a million people, half of them children, they're refugees. they're even too afraid to go home. there's also another victim in the civil war too. we're talking about the country's rich, important ancient history. this. >> some of the greatest landmarks in ruins. now after 19 months of fighting and civil war the global heritage fund says many historical treasures are being destroyed. the ancient villages
there is ongoing investigation and more details will come out after it wraps up. we learned yesterday not one fbi agent has stepped foot in fwauz gauze in the 17 days since the attack because things are too dangerous. u.s. officials internally labeled the deadly raid on the consulate within a day so they could unlook military force it fight the terrorists. administration is stalled and defending their decision to initially deny what happened in benghazi was a terrorist attack with press secretary jay carney saying yesterday every step of the way the information that we have provided to you and the general public about the attack in benghazi has been based on the best intelligence we've had and the assessments of our intelligence community. carney also told reporters even though the president still not publicly called this a terrorist attack, since he is are obama's spokesman, and he gave it that label we should all know what the commander-in-chief thinks it was. bill: so now we're hearing from democrats who demand answers from the administration. what are they saying, peter? >> reporter: 10 democ
defense base with a supply of surface-to-air missiles. >>> the fbi investigating the possibility that the deadly shooting of border patrol agent nick class ivy was a case of friendly fire. they're looking whether ivie and a fellow agent exchanged fire in the belief that each was being shot at by a gunman. >>> "national geographic" channel will air a film dra ma advertising the death of bin laden. it will air two days before the presidential election. those are the news headlines here on the fox business network. get you back to ashley and trace. ashley: fox's arthel neville. thank you so much. tracy: here's a question. can you start a business in this economic environment? do you have a great idea and you live in cleveland you sure can thanks to the help of bizdom an entrepreneur accelerator that provides money and mentorship to startups. liz claman is live in cleveland with two of the business's founder who actually got help from the angel operation. hi, liz. >> how about that. it is mentoring and all kinds of activities that can help and it's money. thank goodness for dan gilbe
this is your fox news minute. the fbi is using facebook and twitter to find a terror suspect. and massachusetts man may have fled to syria for allegedly obtaining military training for the purpose of killing american soldiers. a new mexico company has expanded its recall for roasted peanuts and related products included better. under multiple brand names from major retailers after salmonella was linked to peanut butter sold at trader joe's. for some, some on tv. the new york yankees lead the baltimore in the american league east and the orioles beat tampa bay and new york loses the boston. new york and baltimore to be decided. the winner between oakland and texas gets the title and the loser gets the wild card. that is your fox news minute. back to you, tracy. tracy: you got football and basketball. i don't even know what sport is on tv. happy one of them ending. who is the better regulated? the government or corporate america? this is what we have been asking for a long time now. nick a can is ceo of american electric power and joins us from new york, many of us believe corporations are better
past the hour i'm laura engle with your fox news minute. the fbi is now using facebook and twitter to help find a terror suspect a massachusetts man who may have fled to syria. he was indicted for elk'dly trying to obtain military training for the purpose of train killing american soldiers. >>> a company expanded its recall to include blanche and roasted peanuts including nut butter. they recalled under multiple brand names from major retailers afzal mow nell la was linked to peanut butter sold at trader joe's. illnesses in 19 states have been reported. >>> baseball's regular season ends today. the new york yankees lead baltimore in the american league east. if the orioles beat tampa bay and new york loses to boston, then new york and baltimore meet tomorrow to decide it. the winner between oakland and texas gets the west decision title. the loser gets the wildcard. those are the news headlines on the fox business network. we head back to ashley and tracy. >> down to the wire for the yankees. laura, thank you so much. tracy: i have to tell you i didn't know baseball is going on. ho
department that there were increasing security concerns in benghazi? the fbi says it is too dangerous to be in benghazi, which is why none of them are there now. is that because the>> as we dets of what took place there and how that attack took place, it became clear that there were terrorists who had planned that attack. that is when i came to that conclusion. as to who was involved, what specific groups were involved, i think the investigation that is ongoing hopefully will determine that. >> about a day after? >> it took a while to get some feedback as to what exactly happened at that location. >> there was a thread of intelligence reporting that groups were seeking to coalesce, but there was not anything specific, and certainly not anything specific to the consulate that i am aware of. as far as the risks of the fbi reported, you really would have to ask them why they made that determination. >> did you make the state department aware of the intelligence? >> the intelligence that we all get is broadly shared among intelligence agencies and all integency partners. >> i wanted to go
in fbi agents to investigate because they say benghazi is unstable. if that's the case, then where was the security before the attack? >> there are a lot of republican complaints in terms of liberal bias about this media campaign. some more credible than others. the president has mostly been covered as a candidate rather than as an incumbent whose record needs to be scrutinized. this is an area where there are questions, dealing with security overseas and also what are our goals in libya and are they being achieved in the right way? that line of argument and attack with press scrutiny and mitt romney making the case should be part of the debate. and i think will be because this story does have a lot of unanswered questions. >> mika, as we've been saying for some time both on and off the air, if the president was george w. bush and he had said that the middle east going up in flames was a, quote, bump in the road, george w. bush would have been absolutely skewered by the press. >> at the same time, is it fair to say that the romney campaign and mitt romney himself have seized upon t
some other federal agencies already have in place such as fbi, i can't remember what a small agency owns the ideas. so this is an exciting thing for us. i just hope we'll have enough agents and staff to support the new cases and issues that are going to come our way once we start this. i predict soon after the one agent starts this position, he or she will quickly find they need a second agent to help. so the agent can be later -- can thank me later for mentioned as well my director isn't in the room and listening. there are so many other joint international investigative efforts in the realm of pharmaceutical investigations that are worth mentioning. such as operation 10 g. also known as the international week of action. i also want to mention the joint operations and outreach conducted by the multiple agencies, both foreign and domestic better at the national international intellectual property rights center. there is august and more that can and needs to be done with regards to international cooperation. budget in with another quote, this one from john ashcroft, if necessity is t
in washington, chief of staff to the fbi director robert mueller. in 2006 he became the first justice department lawyer to fill a brand-new position position assistant attorney general for national security. event served as the homeland security adviser to president george w. bush and is now in private practice and watching 10. can, please. >> it's dangerous to be on a panel that starts off with a reference to "playboy" magazine but i will see if i can catch my breath and go for. thanks very much and it's good to be here. i've been asked to talk about three cases. one is against a national security case and the two more regular criminal cases. let me start with the national security case and that is called proper versus fantasy generational. it is a standing case relating to a challenge to what is called the fisa amendment act. the fisa amendment act was passed in 2008 and it was an amendment, very substantial mimic of the foreign intelligence surveillance act passed in 1978 and understand the standing issue, you have to understand the merits a little bit. >> for those watching on c-span what is
's a difficult region. the main concern i have, frankly, is that we still may not have good access of our fbi agents and other investigators to the site. i don't think when you say there's been a long delay in being forthcoming, i don't think there's been a delay in being forthcoming. i think the administration has shared information the best that they had at the time. we continue to try to learn just what parts of this were spontaneous and what parts of this was preplanned. was this a situation where al qaeda or al qaeda affiliated organizations and militias in libya were looking for the right opportunity and took it when it presented itself, or were the demonstrations themselves part of the planning? so we're still trying to get the answers to those questions. but, again, i think our ambassador, the intelligence community and others have been very careful to caution, look, we want to give you the information as we get it. but you have to know this could change because our information is still coming in. >> you know, what i don't understand about this story is there seems to be a suggestion
attack on the embassy in benghazi, libya, fbi agents finally arrived to investigate the incident. the agents were escorted by dozens of u.s. special forces. and just this morning, turkish media reports two suspects have been detained in connection with the killing of ambassador stevens. nbc news has not independently confirmed that reporting. >>> from "usa today," some of the country's biggest brands from subway to blue cross/blue shield are putting obesity in the spotlight. companies are increasingly using obese people in their ads to help change eating or exercise behavior like this nike spot released over the summer featuring a jogging 12-year-old boy from ohio. as part of the company's find your greatness campaign. >> best commercial of the year. >> is it really? >> really a great one. brilliant, brilliant. >> now from our parade of papers, "the dallas morning news," american airlines is canceling dozens of flights to repair faulty mountings that have caused several rows of seats to come loose while in midair. 48 boeing -- is that bad? >> that's not good. >> is that bad? 48 b
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